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Pick of the Day: 1980 Porsche 928, solid, fast and refined performance GT

Porsche in the early 1970s had what they thought was a great idea.  With the trend of people’s tastes moving more towards luxury, why...

Interest, values boom as Datsun 240Z passes half-century mark with style

The Datsun 240Z was a breakthrough for Japanese automakers, and just as it raised appreciation of performance cars from Japan a half century ago, it is leading the charge today for vintage Japanese collector cars.

Pick of the Day: 1953 Studebaker coupe in sparkling show condition

The Pick of the Day is an elegant example of one of the most-beautiful automotive designs of the 1950s, a 1953 Studebaker Commander Starliner...

Pick of the Day: 1979 BMW-Series, stylish coupe that remains a bargain

The E24 BMW 6 series, introduced in in 1976, was the German automaker’s replacement for its aging E9 coupes. This was the car that...

Pick of the Day: 1966 Volvo 1800S like the one driven on ‘The Saint’

One of my all-time favorite classic European GT cars is the Volvo 1800. I owned an 1800S and restored it, drove it on two...

Pick of the Day: 2007 BMW Z4M, rarity, reliability and fast fun

Over the years, BMW has made many cars that truly could be called “Ultimate Driving Machines.” Of these, the ones that embody that idea...

First Lotus Elite sold and raced, and then restored on TV, to be auctioned

The Lotus Elite that debuted at the 1958 Earls Court Motor Show and was the first Elite sold to a customer will be presented...

Pick of the Day: 1991 Buick Reatta, an Allante at half price

Wouldn’t you really rather have a Buick?  So asked GM’s marketing team in a series of TV commercials promoting the Buick lineup in the...

Pick of the Day: 2018 Lexus LC 500, a near-certain future collector car

If you are looking for a potential future collectible car, I would suggest you look east at cars from Japan. Sure, there are the...

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